LV&MV, Al/Cu Conductor, Shield CTS, Armour SWA/DSTA/ATA, Power/ABC/ACSR/Control/Overhead cable

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Low and Medium Voltage


Overhead, Construction, Underground, Industrial, Power Station

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Aluminium or Copper




aluminium or copper


low & medium


single or multi-cores




Steel Tape/ Steel Wire/ Aluminium Wire/ Aluminium Tape


Copper Tape, Copper Wire

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Packaging Detail:Wooden drum, iron wooden drum or according to your requirements.
Delivery Detail:10-15 days after we confirm the deposite.


1. Power cable 
2. ABC cable/bare conductor 
3. Electric wires & cables 
4. Control cables 
5.Overhead/Aerial insulated cables

LV&MV, Al/Cu Conductor, Insulation/Sheath PVC/PE/XLPE, Shield CTS/, Armour SWA/DSTA/ATA, Power/ABC/ACSR/Control/Overhead cable


Power cable


1. Material: Cooper, Aluminum


2. Rated voltage: low and medium voltage 


3. Wire identification: Red, yellow, blue, white, black


4. No. Of cores : Single core cable: from 1.5 mm2  to 800 mm2; Multi-core cable: from 1.5 mm2 to 400 mm2


5. Standard:   Low voltage: IEC60502-1 Medium voltage :IEC60502-2 or other requirement.


6. Insulation: PVC, XLPE, PE


7. Sheath:PVC, PE, XLPE 


8. Armor:   Galvanized steel wires armouror Galvanized steel tape armour Aluminium Tape Armour/ Aluminium Wire Armour.


9. Application: Suitable for indoor, channel, conduit,underground,vertical well etc.


10. Nominal cross section area: from 1.5 mm2 to 800 mm2.

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